White balance is one of the key factors that controls color, but how can you adjust it in your video footage? Adobe Premiere has a ton of built-in tools for color correction, but can be a bit tricky to learn if you're coming from a photo editing background.
You might already
understand white balance fundamentals, but need a primer on how to make the
correct adjustments to video footage using Premiere. In this lesson, you'll learn just that.
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White balance is just one of the
factors that controls color in your video footage. You can learn more
about the other tools in the course How to Color Correct Video with Adobe Premiere.
Maybe you need to edit a video for a work or school project. If you want to save yourself countless hours of tackling the learning curve, this course is the best way to take it on. Skip the hours of experimentation in the app and learn how to color correct with this course.
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Check out these other lessons to learn more about Premiere:
- VideoWhat is Video Color Correction? How to Get Started in Adobe PremiereDavid Bode
- VideoVideo Editing Basics: How to Sequence Shots in Adobe Premiere ProDavid Bode
- FilmHow to Create the Film Look With Your Footage for FreeCharles Yeager
- VideoHow to Tweak Colors in Individual Video Clips in DaVinci ResolveDavid Bode
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